NAPOLI NEWS

Pepe Reina’s father ‘hopes he can finish his career at Napoli’ and praises ‘the special affection of the fans’.
Simone Zaza confirms “I’m very proud to be at Juventus, I hope to stay for a long time”.
Fiorentina plan to appeal against the three-day suspension of Mauro Zarate.
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo says he 'harvested Maurizio Sarri's principles' and talks of following him at Napoli.
Gonzalo Higuain's agent says the player wants to play 'to work out his anger and fix things for Napoli by scoring'.
Napoli will bench Gonzalo Higuain against Villareal and look for tactical alternatives to the Argentinian.
Dino Zoff says “Napoli didn’t play with their usual ruthlessness” against Juventus on Saturday.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent felt Napoli “held their own” against Juventus, and highlights his client’s “sacrifice”.
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The agent of Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri says “the reaction is what will be important” after defeat to Juventus.
Marcello Lippi thinks Napoli are still in the Scudetto race even after the 1-0 defeat send Juventus top.
Sami Khedira felt Juventus “wanted it a little bit more than Napoli” in last night’s title showdown.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik thanked the fans for “making us feel like winners” despite the defeat to Juventus.
Arrigo Sacchi felt Napoli “abandoned Gonzalo Higuain to his own devices” in their 1-0 defeat to Juventus.
Barcelona are looking to recruit three players from Serie A: Napoli's Allan, Lazio's Antonio Candreva, and Roma's Alessandro Florenzi.
Around 3,000 Napoli fans greeted the team at the airport at 3am to show their support after a defeat to Juventus.
Maurizio Sarri concedes Napoli showed their lack of experience in a 1-0 defeat to Juventus, but “it can help us grow.”
Max Allegri admits Juventus were lucky to beat Napoli and “as we’re top of the table, we are now Scudetto favourites.”
Gigi Buffon admits “Napoli made it tough for us and deserved at least a point, but Simone Zaza pulled the rabbit out the hat.”
Maurizio Sarri felt Napoli “played on a par with Juventus and lost to an unlucky incident” in the Scudetto head-to-head.